A new study of reported disappearances in the official statistics in Mexico shows that during the EPN administration (Dec 2012-present) there have been 13 disappearances each day–a total of 9,384 people in 22 months. 91 more words
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The other day I came across an article about the previous Mexican President Felipe Calderon is and has been a professor at Harvard University. This is news to me and I was unaware but it just seems really weird that a man who has held the highest office his country can offer, the presidency is teaching in another country. 314 more words
The Peña Nieto administration has launched a strong legal offensive against a possible trial of Felipe Calderón by International Criminal Court, which has received numerous accusations of crimes against humanity arising from the previous administration-s prosecution of the U.S. 180 more words
Le Club de Madrid a mis fin mercredi à une visite de 24 heures à Port-au-Prince. L’ex-président mexicain Felipe Calderon, qui a présidé la délégation avec son homologue bolivien Jorge Quiroga, affirme quitter Haïti avec le sentiment que les principaux protagonistes de la crise politique sont favorables à l’organisation des élections en 2015. via Le Nouvelliste.
“Transforming Transportation: Smart Cities for Shared Prosperity” took place at the World Bank in Washington DC from January 15-16. The conference brought leaders from around the world – including former President of Mexico Felipe Calderon, who delivered the keynote speech – together for discussions on urban mobility. 50 more words